Ball Mills offer speeds to 650 rpm.

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Bench-top planetary ball mills provide continuous operation without cooling down times. Single-station Model PM 100 handles grinding jars from 50-500 ml, while dual-station Model PM 200 accepts jars up to 125 ml. Both include easysafe clamp, balance control, memory for 10 parameter combinations and delayed start, and motor driven lock of cover. Display provides parameter setting and control, which offers information on drive work load, energy input, and service issues.



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New Planetary Ball Mills Take Ball Milling to a New Level



On the occasion of Achema 2003, Retsch will introduce their new bench-top planetary ball mills. The model PM 100, a single-station unit, handles grinding jars from 50 - 500 ml; the
dual-station PM 200 will accept jars up to 125 ml. Grind sizes are typically down to 1 micron and less. Both mills feature an extremely powerful drive with speeds up to 650 rpm that allows
for continuous operation without cooling down times; the patented 'easysafe' clamp; balance control; convenient operation display for parameter setting and control which offers additional
information on drive work load, energy input, and service issues; memory for 10 parameters combinations and delayed start; motor driven lock of the cover. Suitable for Retsch's dust-tight,
convenient EZ-use grinding jars. Retsch's new power twins will be available this fall.

Retsch is a global company dedicated to providing novel technologies and high quality tools for the sample preparation of solids used in R&D and QA applications as well as small-
scale production. For more information about Retsch's complete product line of mills and grinders, sample dividers, sieve shakers and test sieves, and optical particle sizers contact
Retsch, Inc. at 74 Walker Lane, Newtown, PA 18940, USA, Toll-Free: 1-866-4-RETSCH (1-866-473-8724); Fax: (267) 757-0358; E-mail: info@retsch-us.com; Internet: www.retsch-us.com.

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